With the election season in full swing, you can be assured that every candidate running for a seat in the Alaska Legislature professes himself or herself a friend of small business.
With incumbents, at least, the best gauge possible for measuring a true friend of small business from those who merely talk a good game has just been released: NFIB/Alaska’s Voting Record for the 2013-2014 session.
State Senators and House members were graded on their votes on 10 issues of vital importance to Main Street, mom-and-pop enterprises. You can check out your lawmakers’ grades right here.
Because you are one of the most influential members of your community, NFIB/Alaska also has a Small Business Media Kit with brief, bulleted information on the power of the small-business vote, what a small business is, and its differences from a big business. You can check that out here.